Time For Brady to Get Off The Stage or He's Going Out on a Stretcher!

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    Brady shall get another SB ring before it's all over; like his boyhood idol Montana, I believe he'll play another 5 yrs. He's also clearly one of the 5 greatest ever at his position

    Brady will not get another SB ring. He will get a stretcher that will remove him from the field, just like his boyhood idol Montana. Brady is not in the same class as Montana, Bradshaw, Starr, Namath, E. Manning and P. Manning, to name a few. He used to be one of the best QB's in the NFL, but he's not anymore. He's old, slow, too many blows to the head, and washed up.

     




     

     

     

    Just like you.

     



    unlike you. you're definitely unwashed.

     




    Wingnut on wingnut crime,...so sad.

     
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    Brady, as manifest, yesterday, hasn't been playing at "the highest level". The importent offense was manifest. And those pitiful TV shots of a bewildered Brady on the bench, showed a man who has had too many blows to the head and is out of touch with championship football.

    I understand the media needs Brady, but he's going out on a stretcher if they don't give it up. Montana wouldn't walk away, so he was taken off on a stretcher. Brady is old, slow and suffering from too many yeras of head trauma. He washed up, and the NFL better get a grip on it.

    Happens all the time, with arrogant NFL QB's, they go out on a stretcher. I don't want to see anyone get permanent brain damage to get that "I need to retire light to come on", but Brady may be choosing that for the love of ego and money. Not sure about which, but I'm positive he's washed up.



    Once again, you are wrong. Brady's expressions on the sideline have nothing to do with his abilities as a quarterback. You are projecting your emotions on to him due to your personal dislike of him. Spare us the false concern for his health. Your "expert" analysis is incorrect.

     
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    Brady, as manifest, yesterday, hasn't been playing at "the highest level". The importent offense was manifest. And those pitiful TV shots of a bewildered Brady on the bench, showed a man who has had too many blows to the head and is out of touch with championship football.

    I understand the media needs Brady, but he's going out on a stretcher if they don't give it up. Montana wouldn't walk away, so he was taken off on a stretcher. Brady is old, slow and suffering from too many yeras of head trauma. He washed up, and the NFL better get a grip on it.

    Happens all the time, with arrogant NFL QB's, they go out on a stretcher. I don't want to see anyone get permanent brain damage to get that "I need to retire light to come on", but Brady may be choosing that for the love of ego and money. Not sure about which, but I'm positive he's washed up.

     



    Once again, you are wrong. Brady's expressions on the sideline have nothing to do with his abilities as a quarterback. You are projecting your emotions on to him due to your personal dislike of him. Spare us the false concern for his health. Your "expert" analysis is incorrect.

     




    I don't think it's even that complicated.

    Softy is just plain making crap up.

     
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    If the Patriots didn't make the playoffs, no one would be saying a thing about Brady. If any quarterback is risking his health, it is Peyton Manning, playing after multiple neck surgeries.

     
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    The Ravens played better period and Belichick is a sore loser.  I'm embarrased to have this guy coaching us at this point despite all the appearances and rings.  To blame Brady is senseless

     

     
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    The Ravens played better period and Belichick is a sore loser.  I'm embarrased to have this guy coaching us at this point despite all the appearances and rings.  To blame Brady is senseless

     

     




    Why? Because he didn't bother toalk to some CBS clown?

     

    He did a post-game press conference and, more importantly in my book, he gave a very gracious congrats to Harbaugh, after the game.

    Members of the media can pound sand....

     
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    What's the story behind the new picture??  I can't quite make out the details.

    Billy Carter was the de facto ambassador to Libya, for one of the most transparent administrations in world history.



    Nice of Reagan to switch Lybian ambassadors to a squadron of F-111's.

     
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    The Ravens played better period and Belichick is a sore loser.  I'm embarrased to have this guy coaching us at this point despite all the appearances and rings.  To blame Brady is senseless

     

     




    Why? Because he didn't bother toalk to some CBS clown?

     

    He did a post-game press conference and, more importantly in my book, he gave a very gracious congrats to Harbaugh, after the game.

    Members of the media can pound sand....

     

     

    Belichick was out coached again period.  He should be gracious to someone who got the job done.  Like maybe the Ravens staff?

     
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    Dont everyone give the credit to the Ravens's defense?  They played great for the whole entire game, and made alot of second half adjustments.  The biggest goat of the game was the Patriots defense.  They were so horrible in the second half.    Had Welker caught that ball in the early 3rd quarter, Patriots would have put points on the board right there as well would have took more time off the clock. 

    Brady threw 320 yards, and of course, he threw some bad passes.   But I think these bad passes were a purpose throw away passes to avoid sack.  Brady threw alot of nice long deep passes, but Welker, among others were too short to make these catches.  Had Brady have a tall speedy receivers such as Dee Bryant, Eric Decker, etc, Brady could have threw two long touchdowns.  Welker is not the answer for deep passes!!

     
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    The Ravens played better period and Belichick is a sore loser.  I'm embarrased to have this guy coaching us at this point despite all the appearances and rings.  To blame Brady is senseless

     

     




    Why? Because he didn't bother toalk to some CBS clown?

     

    He did a post-game press conference and, more importantly in my book, he gave a very gracious congrats to Harbaugh, after the game.

    Members of the media can pound sand....

     




    As likeable as the team is, 4B's, BB makes it easy to root against the Patriots. CBS paid the NFL handsomely to broadcast the divisional championship game. For BB to send out a player instead of himself, for what would amount to 45 seconds, is basically telling them to pound sand. Every other coach does it, win or lose. It's a pattern for BB that has the implications of being a sore loser. I'm surprised  Robert Kraft hasn't addressed it. He should do something about the grey sweatshirt and sweat pants, while he's at it. The guys a great coach, but leaves a lot to be desired, otherwise, IMO

     

     
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    for the first time in  my life, i watched brady play and wished he were someone else...like kappernich or however u spell his name...that play where he didnt run for the first down killed me

     
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      The NFL , like most things , changes over the years.  Right now , there are a number of younger , more athletic Quarterbacks in the league. Brady was a great one and is still good ,  but he is now being surpassed by the new crop.  That's life.

     
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    for the first time in  my life, i watched brady play and wished he were someone else...like kappernich or however u spell his name...that play where he didnt run for the first down killed me

     




    Initially, I thought Brady had the time to run another 3-4 yards for the 1st down, too, geo.  When they showed the replay, he had a defender almost on top of him. Not worth the risk of reinjuring his knee or otherwise, was it??

     

     
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    for the first time in  my life, i watched brady play and wished he were someone else...like kappernich or however u spell his name...that play where he didnt run for the first down killed me

     




    Initially, I thought Brady had the time to run another 3-4 yards for the 1st down, too, geo.  When they showed the replay, he had a defender almost on top of him. Not worth the risk of reinjuring his knee or otherwise, was it??

     

    i saw that as well but the point is that it was either run or throw it away which is what he did....ten years ago he wouldve tried at least...


     
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    The Ravens played better period and Belichick is a sore loser.  I'm embarrased to have this guy coaching us at this point despite all the appearances and rings.  To blame Brady is senseless

     

     




    Why? Because he didn't bother toalk to some CBS clown?

     

    He did a post-game press conference and, more importantly in my book, he gave a very gracious congrats to Harbaugh, after the game.

    Members of the media can pound sand....

     

     

    Belichick was out coached again period.  He should be gracious to someone who got the job done.  Like maybe the Ravens staff?




    And he was, so what's the problem?

     
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    The Ravens played better period and Belichick is a sore loser.  I'm embarrased to have this guy coaching us at this point despite all the appearances and rings.  To blame Brady is senseless

     

     




    Why? Because he didn't bother toalk to some CBS clown?

     

    He did a post-game press conference and, more importantly in my book, he gave a very gracious congrats to Harbaugh, after the game.

    Members of the media can pound sand....

     




    As likeable as the team is, 4B's, BB makes it easy to root against the Patriots. CBS paid the NFL handsomely to broadcast the divisional championship game. For BB to send out a player instead of himself, for what would amount to 45 seconds, is basically telling them to pound sand. Every other coach does it, win or lose. It's a pattern for BB that has the implications of being a sore loser. I'm surprised  Robert Kraft hasn't addressed it. He should do something about the grey sweatshirt and sweat pants, while he's at it. The guys a great coach, but leaves a lot to be desired, otherwise, IMO

     



    If BB doesn't care what the media or fans think of him, I'm not going to sweat it.


    If the alternative is a coach like Rex Ryan, who seems to worry about media attention way too much, I'll take BB.

     
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    The Ravens played better period and Belichick is a sore loser.  I'm embarrased to have this guy coaching us at this point despite all the appearances and rings.  To blame Brady is senseless

     

     




    Why? Because he didn't bother toalk to some CBS clown?

     

    He did a post-game press conference and, more importantly in my book, he gave a very gracious congrats to Harbaugh, after the game.

    Members of the media can pound sand....

     




    As likeable as the team is, 4B's, BB makes it easy to root against the Patriots. CBS paid the NFL handsomely to broadcast the divisional championship game. For BB to send out a player instead of himself, for what would amount to 45 seconds, is basically telling them to pound sand. Every other coach does it, win or lose. It's a pattern for BB that has the implications of being a sore loser. I'm surprised  Robert Kraft hasn't addressed it. He should do something about the grey sweatshirt and sweat pants, while he's at it. The guys a great coach, but leaves a lot to be desired, otherwise, IMO

     

     



    If BB doesn't care what the media or fans think of him, I'm not going to sweat it.

     


    If the alternative is a coach like Rex Ryan, who seems to worry about media attention way too much, I'll take BB.

     




    There's no doubt he doesn't care, 4B's but I'm sure Kraft is concerned about the image of his brand. BB is arrogance, at it's worst. He's a first class coach, that has none.  He's also the highest paid NFL coach, deservedly so.  It's part of the job, like it or not.

     

     
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    CBS pays a ton of money to the NFL to televise the games. Some things are expected in return. Telling the media to go pound sand is not acceptable.  

     
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    The Ravens played better period and Belichick is a sore loser.  I'm embarrased to have this guy coaching us at this point despite all the appearances and rings.  To blame Brady is senseless

     

     




    Why? Because he didn't bother toalk to some CBS clown?

     

    He did a post-game press conference and, more importantly in my book, he gave a very gracious congrats to Harbaugh, after the game.

    Members of the media can pound sand....

     




    As likeable as the team is, 4B's, BB makes it easy to root against the Patriots. CBS paid the NFL handsomely to broadcast the divisional championship game. For BB to send out a player instead of himself, for what would amount to 45 seconds, is basically telling them to pound sand. Every other coach does it, win or lose. It's a pattern for BB that has the implications of being a sore loser. I'm surprised  Robert Kraft hasn't addressed it. He should do something about the grey sweatshirt and sweat pants, while he's at it. The guys a great coach, but leaves a lot to be desired, otherwise, IMO

     

     



    If BB doesn't care what the media or fans think of him, I'm not going to sweat it.

     


    If the alternative is a coach like Rex Ryan, who seems to worry about media attention way too much, I'll take BB.

     




    There's no doubt he doesn't care, 4B's but I'm sure Kraft is concerned about the image of his brand. BB is arrogance, at it's worst. He's a first class coach, that has none.  He's also the highest paid NFL coach, deservedly so.  It's part of the job, like it or not.

     




    Unlike the Sox FO (thank God), Kraft apprears to be more concerned with winning.

    Which is the reason he pays a cranky SOB like BB top money.

    Bellichick has always been this way.

    Would Kraft give him a raise if he were unhappy with his conduct towards the media?

     
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    CBS pays a ton of money to the NFL to televise the games. Some things are expected in return. Telling the media to go pound sand is not acceptable.  




    CBS also gets a lot of money from sponsors.

    Those sponsors care about exciting football games, not interviews.

     

     
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    CBS pays a ton of money to the NFL to televise the games. Some things are expected in return. Telling the media to go pound sand is not acceptable.  

     




    CBS also gets a lot of money from sponsors.

     

    Those sponsors care about exciting football games, not interviews.

     




    They care about the post game interviews. They don't want you tuning out and missing some of the commercials. Media coverage is important to the NFL.  Cooperation from the players and coaches is expected , and rightly so.

     
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    CBS pays a ton of money to the NFL to televise the games. Some things are expected in return. Telling the media to go pound sand is not acceptable.  

     




    CBS also gets a lot of money from sponsors.

     

    Those sponsors care about exciting football games, not interviews.

     

     




    They care about the post game interviews. They don't want you tuning out and missing some of the commercials. Media coverage is important to the NFL.  Cooperation from the players and coaches is expected , and rightly so.

     




    You got it dgale!  What an arrogant embarrassment!  Makes the Patriots look bad!!!  This was OUR TEAM long before it was Bills!  It's still OUR TEAM FIRST!!!!  Too many arrogant ba stards like Belichick forget this when representing "their" team.  He needs to apologize to Patriot & all NFL fans!

     
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